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I have installed a Pioneer DEH-P5800MP.


First you have to put the metal frame in the Radio DIN hole and secure it by bending the little metal sides. Make sure it's fixed to the dashboard.

Then take the big cable with a while and a black connector and connect it to your Radio connector. They only fit in 1 side so look if you have to correct one.
If you are installing extra back speakers the wires from your Radio to the car connectors is the section that you need to connect those extra wires to. Make sure you check the manual to see which wire color is what.

Connect the antenna cable to your Radio. I needed a adapter between the Radio and the original connector to make this fit.

Then push all you wires gently back in the whole. And push you Radio in untill it's fixed. Normally you hear a click.

Here you can see how it looks. You can also see that you need an extra cover plate to make everything fit really nicely.

I ordered one of these from my dealer for 12 euro. You have to take everything out again, even the metal frame to get this to fit.

All done.

34 Comments:

  1. Anonymous said...
    hey there, your blog looks really good. I have a question for you though about installing the rear speakers. Im not running an amp if i can help but i need to remove my standard cd player to fit the rear speaker wires. how can i get the cd player out? thanks james, Devon, UK
    Guido said...
    I haven't done that before because I ordered me 107 without a Radio.
    What you could try is taking the heater button of, that reveals a screw and when you unscrew that you can take the whole centre console away.
    Guido said...
    Have a look here:
    http://www.107oc.com/index.php/topic,880.msg14034.html#msg14034
    Themis said...
    Hello, first of all thank for your blog - it's really nice to have that sort of knowledge put together :)
    I'd like to ask you something: yesterday I removed the built-in stereo and installed the one I had in my previous car - the quite nice Sony CDX-GT700. All went well, sound is clearly superior (especially with BPE and equaliser enabled), however when I went back into my car in the afternoon after work, I found it had lost all its settings - radio memories, clock, everything... It turns out that when I switch the engine off it loses everything. Never had this before, so I was wondering if there's something I should take care while installing? I did see that the power connector of the stereo had an extra live (=wired) 'thingy' (what do you call the small sockets/pin receptors?) than the power connector coming out of the car, but I'm not sure what that one does.

    Would you happen to have any idea on that? Is there something I should take care of on my Aygo's side?

    Thanks in advance!
    Themis, Greece
    Guido said...
    I had the same problem, you have to switch the permanent power cable with the contact switch power cable, on this car they are switched around.
    Themis said...
    Thanks for your reply :) I've been reading the power schematics and it appears that this is the case indeed. I will try some changes tonight and hopefully it'll work!

    Keep it up - your blog is a very nice source of info...
    Anonymous said...
    Hi there, I'm just wondering what coloured wires have to be swapped so that the new radio holds the settings when the ignition has been switched off?
    Guido said...
    Check your schematics from the radio because the colours could be different.

    for me they where:
    Red and yellow that I had to switch.
    Coming from the radio.
    Anonymous said...
    Stupid question time... I want to put an aftermarket single DIN radio/cd/dvd in my 107. I have bought the facia adapter. However, I cannot see how to get the factory fit unit out! Don't want to damage the dash, so thought I'd ask here. Sorry if I'm missing something obvious?
    Guido said...
    Pull the ventilator switch off (the one in the middle) there is a screw behind it, then you have to pull the unit + a part of the middle dash out.
    Anonymous said...
    Thanks. I will give it try.
    Veronika said...
    Hi! I have to put my factory fit back in and there are two iso slots on the back of the radio (3 in total but I think the top one is for a multichanger) - which one is power? Middle or bottom? Does anybody have a wiring guide colours etc and where they fit onto the radio?
    Thanks!! V
    Jesper said...
    Is it possible to get a pic on the rear of the factory installed radio? Is there any out's you can put a signal-cable in?
    Anonymous said...
    can someone post wot type of radio antenna adapters there are tht fit the 107
    Anonymous said...
    Hi,i have a question,where do the wires from my back speakers go, in the car's conector or in my Cd player ?
    Guido said...
    connect them on the car side of the ise connector. Look in your Radio manual with color wires you need.
    Guido said...
    connect them on the car side of the ise connector. Look in your Radio manual with color wires you need.
    Anonymous said...
    hi, it`s me again:)
    in my manual it says that the wires from my back speakers goes directly in my CD-player, in the OUTPUT of my CD-player...have u donne the same ?
    Guido said...
    the wires that come from your back speakers an be connected in two ways.
    1. connect them straigt to the wires that come from the Radio
    2. connect them to the wires right to the iso connector but you have to buy those little pinns that fit into the iso connector.

    I used option 1
    Mihai said...
    Hello,

    Where did you get the extra cover plate ? (the official toyota dealer ?)
    (I just removed my factory radio and am replacing it with a pioneer one)
    Guido said...
    You can get them from your car dealer or from ebay.
    Joe Brown said...
    Guido thanks to your excellent site you saved me a load of fuss and hassle and my Aygo now has its JVC KD-AVX2 in place, it took me all of 20 minutes to fit it and even have the wires round the right way for the power. And I went and brought the Iso Din adapter for the aerial before hand.
    Anonymous said...
    thanks great site,put new speakers in my c1 and its sounds brill
    Anonymous said...
    how do i get the old cd player out of the console unit? (sorry if the question seems silly) but i dont want to bodge any of it up!

    Cheers!

    Johnmoule44@hotmail.com
    Turner said...
    Hi all,

    Anyone know where I can source the factory standard rear speaker connector looks like a 4 pin din ?
    cheers
    Anonymous said...
    Hi. Ive got a C1. Im wanting to take the head unit out and put a JVC Head Unit in. I can't get the standard head unit out. Ive Pulled the ventilator switch off and undone the screw behind it, then i can't pull the unit + part of the middle dash out. Is there any clips that you need to get off or something? or does it come out with alot of force.
    Guido said...
    its connected at 7 points, have a look at picture 2. you see the holes. one in the middle top, three on both sides. Will take allot of force. but be carefull
    Anonymous said...
    Do you have to put even force around or just pull from one side?
    Guido said...
    pull in one corner first then go to the other side
    Anonymous said...
    Thanks. Ive just taken the front panel out and you do have to put some force on it. I how do you then take the unit out? Thanks for your help.
    Anonymous said...
    good blog but miss the first part regarding opening of the first panel
    Guido said...
    Pull it towards you.
    It's conneted with 7 connectors. Will take some strength.
    Joan said...
    Thanks a lot. I easy installed a Kenwood KDC-W313G following your instructions.
    Ronny Fernendis said...
    its connected at 7 points, have a look at picture 2. you see the holes. one in the middle top, three on both sides. Will take allot of force. but be carefull............

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